KUSF In Exile 04.22.12 1-3 PM Liquid Konspiracy DJ Phenix Catsinger

An incendiary journey into the kool depths of humanity's collective unconscious like sol blending lights 'round planets of discontent'. A red glare of bubbling eclectic esoteric over ground soundscapes...

DJ's: Emerald Koolant and Phoenix Catsinger

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KUSF In Exile 04.22.12 Disability and Senior News Report DJ Maggie

"Disabilty and Senior News Report" is a show produced and hosted by persons with disabilities (pwd's) and seniors. We report on a wide range of topics touching the lives of pwd's and seniors. Our guests include state and federal legislators, physicians who offer unique services, programs/services for our mutual communities, changes in the law/regulations-and our mailbag shows.
Producer Maggie Dee
Assoc. Producer, Patrick Connally

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KUSF In Exile 04.22.12 10-1230 PM The Consortionist

Music with a Medieval Classical Twist

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KUSF In Exile 04.22.12 8-10 AM Whiskey Before Breakfast DJ Richard White

A two hour set of Folk, Acoustic, Flat Picking, Traditional, Bluegrass, Contemporary, and everything else related with waking up in a relaxed way to get the Sunday started off. Originally a radio show that was on WKSU, with Kerry Blech in the 70's, which led to the Folk Alley that we hear now.

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KUSF In Exile 04.22.12 Rampage Radio DJ Swamplord

RAMPAGE RADIO is a 6 hour Heavy Metal radio show founded by Howie Klein, Ian Kallen & Ron Quintana which aired on KUSF 90.3 FM in San Francisco every weekend from March 6,  1982 until January 16, 2011 and continues to appear weekly on KUSF In Exile. The early years of Rampage featured the heaviest bands from the UK NWOBHM scene, Europe & the worldwide metal underground along with classic '70s bands and the roots of metal going back to the late '60s. Legendary artists such as Mercyful Fate, Yngwie Malmsteen & Metallica sent demo tapes to Rampage in the early '80s, receiving their first airplay on this show when no one else was willing to take a chance, and we are proud to have introduced listeners to every new worthy development in metal that has emerged over the last 30 years. Rampage Radio is now into it's 4th decade of weekly broadcasts and we continue to play non-commercial metal to an enthusiastic worldwide audience.

1st Three Hours

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2nd Three Hours

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2 am
Nokturnal Mortum – The Funeral Wind Born in Oriana
Ihsahn – A Grave Inversed
Lemuria – A Day of Reckoning
Hammer Horde – In the Name of Winter’s Wrath
Glittertind – Rolandskvadet
Дрыгва – Пад Сцягам Пяруна (Drygva – Under the Banner of Perun)
Dark Tranquillity – A Bolt of Blazing Gold
SuidAkrA – Darkane Times

3 am
Iron Maiden – The Trooper
Death – Crystal Mountain
Arch Enemy – My Apocalypse
Grave Digger – Rebellion (The Clans are Marching)
Metallica – The Unforgiven
God’s Tower – Rising Arrows
Lordian Guard – Winds of Thor
Immortal – Blashyrkh (Mighty Ravendark)

4 am
Dissection – Thorns of Crimson Death
Moonsorrow – Aurinko Ja Kuu
Mordium – Beneath the Night Sky
Kalmah – Bitter Metallic Side
Nightfall – Ishtar (Celebrate Your Beauty)
Northern Sword – Set Sails
Аркона – Покровы Небесного Старца (Arkona – The Veils of Celestial Elder)

5 am
Evilfeast – Fullmoon over the Eastern Woods
Graveworm – Awake
Lumsk – Ormin Lange
Children of Bodom – In the Shadows
Ensiferum – Guardians of Fate
Mors Principium Est – Two Steps Away
Equilibrium – Unter Der Eiche

6 am
Nargaroth – A Whisper Underneath the Bark of Old Trees
Alkonost – Eviltimes
Alkonost – Nevertimes
Rhapsody of Fire – I Belong to the Stars
Agalloch – Falling Snow
Amon Amarth – God, His Son, and Holy Whore
Angeli di Pietra – I Am Spartacus
Menhir – Das Hildebrandslied – Teli I

7 am
Catamenia – Blackmension
Eternal Tears of Sorrow – Vilda Mánnu
Gwydion – Turning of the Wheel
Empyrium – Under Dreamskies
Rimfrost – Ride the Storm
Forodwaith – Revenge of Mjolnir
In Flames – Lunar Strain
Eluveitie – Tegernako

KUSF In Exile 04.21.12 8-11 PM Fermata DJ Fari

A fermata (also known as a hold, pause, colloquially a birdseye, or as a grand pause when placed on a note or a rest) is an element of musical notation indicating that the note should be sustained for longer than its note value would indicate. Exactly how much longer it is held is up to the discretion of the performer or conductor, but twice as long is not unusual. It is usually printed above, but occasionally below (upside down), the note that is to be held longer. Occasionally holds are also printed above rests or barlines, indicating a pause of indefinite duration.
This symbol appears as early as the 15th century, and is quite common in the works of Dufay and Josquin.

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KUSF In Exile 04.21.12 6-8 PM Turkish Cultural Program

"A program in English about music and culture of Turks, with a summary of newsworthy developments,"

Ahmet Toprak, Ates Murat Temeltas, Fuad Tokad

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KUSF In Exile 04.21.12 5-6 PM Francofun DJ Fari

A Crossroads for all things new of interest to the French speaking community. Featuring new music, life style, cultural events and interviews. Program is hosted both in French and English. Keep up-to-date with Franco Fun: Twitter francofun, blog address francofun.wordpress.com, or email farikusf (@) yahoo.com

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Francofun – April 21, 2012
Boubs – Non – Album : Comme une fleur
Holden – Comme une fille – Album : Chevrotine
Louise Attaque – See you later aligator – Album : A plus tard crocodile
Navet Confit – Janvier (le mois) – Album : LP2
Françoiz Breut – 2013 – Album : A l’aveuglette
Noir Désir – Le vent nous portera – Album : Des visages des figures
Mademoiselle K – Peur du noir – Album : ça me vexe
Usmar – Haute fidélité – Album : l’âge des possibles
Emily Loiseau – Comment dire – Album : L’autre bout du monde
Claire Diterzi – Elle est du soir – Album : Boucle
Holden – En Septembre – Album : Chevrotine
Mikado – La sardine – old French TV commercial
Mikado – Par hasard - Album : Mikado forever
Karkwa – Le frimas – Album : Le volume du vent
Karkwa – Deux Lampadaires – Album : Le volume du vent

KUSF In Exile 04.21.12 2-4 PM Roll Call DJ Margaret Tedesco

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Roll Call: Bay Area Arts and Culture

3 Teens Kill 4 with David Wojnarowicz: No Motive (early 80s post punk band from East Village)
Hold Up
Tell Me Something Good (Rufus & Chaka Khan cover)
Hut-Bean Song

I Love Myself, I Love the World: New Road Home
Paint Me Blue: New Road Home
Equanimous Still: New Road Home, featuring Erin Daly, Davend, Melodie Younce
Nomy Lamm: Remix “Bird Song,” by Sapphic Lasers, a performance with Sins Invalid (sinsinvalid.org)

Alabaster Choad: Crash of the Limburger on Bebusland
Sy, Orson, Chrissy, Mae, Andrew
“A five-piece car accident cacophony of America’s lost synaptic misfiring”

Dj Margaret is joined in conversation with writers, musicians, activists, and zine makers ERICK LYLE, SY WAGON, JULIAN DASH and two recipients of Julian Dash Factory Fellowship, CALVIN SMYTH and KATE BUENCONSEJO on their exhibition STREETOPIA curated by Erick Lyle, and artists Chris Johanson and Kal Spelletich at Luggage Store Gallery, San Francisco.

ERICK LYLE is a writer, musician, activist, and zine editor. Born in Orlando, FL, Erick grew up in South Florida, and has lived in Miami, Richmond, VA; Little Rock, AR; Eureka, CA; Chattanooga, TN; New Orleans, LA; and Berkeley, CA. He spent much of the 90s hopping freight trains around the country and living without electricity in abandoned buildings. For most of 15 years, now, though, he has resided mostly in San Francisco CA. Since 1991, Lyle has edited Scam, an influential zine that featured personal writing, politics, reports on protest events and interviews with activists and punk bands. He has been a frequent contributor to the San Francisco Bay Guardian, and a contributor to countless punk zines, including Nosedive, Rice Harvester, Mudflap, Tales of Blarg, Maximum Rock N Roll; and Error, edited by Sam McPheeters. He was a contributor to the literary magazine Raritan, an essay to City Lights anthology San Francisco: The Political Edge, and AK Press anthology Realizing the Impossible: Art Against Authority, edited by Josh MacPhee. He has also written and performed several pieces for NPR’s This American Life. From 1998 to 2003, Lyle worked at the Coalition on Homelessness San Francisco, an experience that informs much of his writing and political beliefs. Lyle is also a drummer and guitar player, playing in around 16 bands that have released 15 records and CD’s since 1991. Currently, Erick is the drummer of the ONION FLAVORED RINGS and the guitar player for BLACK RAINBOW. Lyle appears in Greta Snider‘s celebrated film Portland, a tale of three zinesters travelling from San Francisco to Portland who encounter all kinds of unexpected adventures. In 2001, Lyle made his own film, Nostalgia, a short about his trip to Cuba that stars Fidel Castro and the Baltimore Orioles! Lyle lives in New York.

SY WAGON is an artist and activist who has been living and working in San Francisco for 11 years. Sy creates communications and art that aim to fulfill the various needs of the liberated oddballs and the marginalized pan-sexual communities that find home and/or connection in San Francisco. Encouraging exchange of actual requests, offers, ideas, and goods toward growing a more free, self-sustaining alternative to dead end capitalist/consumer culture. She has self-published scores of her own and others’ zines, and for the past 3 years has published a free monthly community advertiser called BAITLINE!!! (http://blog.sfmoma.org/2009/11/baitline/). Sy has also collaborated with many Bay Area artists over the past years in painting, performance art, film, and music. She is in the band Alabaster Choad.

“In a recent interview on the Guardian's Pixel Vision blog, the artist Matt Keegan talks about the subversive social potential of gay calendars and magazines during past eras. You could say Baitline revives this potential. It's the anti-Craigslist. Hallelujah! Hand-drawn and stapled, this local community resource can help you find your next pervy playmate or like-minded roommate, or assist you in stoking an artistic project and finding a job.” —Johnny Ray Huston, SFBG June 2009

JULIAN DASH aka Jean Hackman, born in Japan now living in San Francisco is what some would call a Social Entrepreneur and Renaissance artist. He fuses art, clothing, music, education and culture seamlessly. He currently is gearing up towards fundraising for his new business: The Julian Dash Factory Fellowship which will serve as the education wing of his empire. Providing products through (dashetc) and services through Holy Stitch! The only other things to complete the picture would be a record label, restaurant, and a fully vertical of the grid factory. Self-taught and motivated he feels it is his duty to instill the same fire that was bestowed upon him into others.

The Luggage Store Gallery presents STREETOPIA, a large-scale group exhibition to take place in venues throughout downtown San Francisco (May 18 – June 23, 2012). Curated by writer, Erick Lyle, and artists, Chris Johanson and Kal Spelletich, Streetopia will bring neighborhood residents together with over 90 artists, performers, writers, filmmakers, activists, thinkers, and public policy makers in venues in the heart of the city, to address the show’s themes of Utopian aspiration for the city. The exhibition will be centered on an installation of a large collectively planned city to be built within the gallery in collaboration with numerous selected artists. Simultaneously an additional art and event space will be installed nearby at the Luggage Store Annex at the 509 Cultural Center on the other end of the neighborhood. One part show, and one part elaborate public experiment, the show spills out of these galleries into the surrounding neighborhoods with projects that include public murals, art on area billboards, installations in vacant storefronts, performances in the streets, and events at nearby community gardens.

For more information on
http://www.booklyn.org/artists/STREETOPIA, San Francisco, CA.php
SY WAGON & Alabaster Choad on Facebook
JULIAN DASH and Holy Stitch Denim Social Club

KUSF In Exile 04.21.12 4-430 PM The Pastor Tom Show.

The Pastor Tom Show

Personal Growth and development specialist Dr. Tom Polcari brings aboard topics that are too hot to handle by other stations. Regular listeners weekly come from every age, sex, and ethnic background. The music will consistently surprise and delight. Producer and host, Dr. Tom Polcari.

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KUSF In Exile 04.21.12 Noon-2 PM Cowboy in Exile DJ Jim Levine

Classical music-all forms, all eras, performed by groups of all sizes.
Email:  jasperthebeagle@yahoo.com

Producer and Host, Jim Levine

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Wagner/Ride of the Valkyries
Cleveland Orch/Szell (5:23)

Brahms/ Clarinet Sonata # 1 in F Minor Op 120/1
Frost, Cl/Pontinen, Pn (21:51)

Mozart/Piano Concerto # 23 in A K 488
ASMF/Marriner/Brendel, Pn. (25:43)

Beethoven/String Quartet # 4 in C Minor
Tokyo SQ (23:42)

Sibelius/Symphony # 5 in E-flat Major Op 82
Boston SO/Davis (32:13)

Debussy/Prelude # 1 from Book II
Noriko Ogawa, Pn (3:04)

KUSF In Exile 04.21.12 9-10 AM Poet As Radio

POET AS RADIO is a new, weekly program on KUSF In Exile, airing Saturdays from 9am to 10am at www.savekusf.org. Jack Spicer said that the poet is not a creator, but a conduit, getting messages from an undefinable source to form the poem. He thought of a poet as a radio, broadcasting words. We like to think of POET AS RADIO as an opportunity for writers to broadcast their words as well.


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KUSF In Exile 04.21.12 3-8 AM Defeat Sleep DJ Cactus

Due to Technical Problems this is an edited show.

Defeat Sleep began radio operations in 2000, and is heard every Saturday morning on KUSF in Exile from 3am-8am (pst). Defeat Sleep is entirely free-form and often features live performances and guest hosts. The co-producers are Cactus Daniel Hintz and Bryan Chandler. Email feedback to danielhintz64@gmail.com

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1. Sunn
2. Sword Heaven
3. Krallice
4. Behold! The Monolith (live set)
5. Krallice
6. Godflesh
7. Total Shutdown
8. 1349
9. Blue Sabbath Black Cheer and The Rita

KUSF In Exile 04.21.12 Midnight-3 AM Time Warp DJ Sneeze Limbo

An eclectic warp through time, encompassing the best on and off the charts sounds. From the present to the far past and back again. Take the journey with us!

Producer, Bodacious Brenda
Hosts, JD Smith, Sneeze Limbo, Eli Moss, The Owl, The Heat, Prem, Bodacious Brenda, and Amper Dan.

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1. Prelude – PINK FLOYD (1979)
2. General Motors: Futurama – RAYMOND SCOTT (1964)
3. If You’ve Ever Seen San Francisco – ROLF HARRIS (1967)
4. Zou Bisou Bisou – GILLIAN HILLS (1961)
5. Falling In Love Again – POLLY PERKINS (1964)
6. Roller Girl – ANNA KARINA (1967)
7. The Slauson Shuffle – THE TIKI TONES (1999)
9. Contact – GODZUKI (1999)
10. Winter (Nuspirit Helsinki Reinterpretation) – BEBEL GILBERTO (2005)
11. Emily / California, Here I Come / La Vie En Rose – GARY McFARLAND (1964)
12. Bongo Bong / Je Ne T’Aime Plus – MANU CHAO (1998)
13. Berimbau – DORIVAL CAYMMI (1965)
14. Dreamland – JONI MITCHELL (1977)
15. Mon Amie La Rose – NATACHA ATLAS (1999)
16. Alice – MYLENE FARMER (1995)
17. National Anthem – LANA DEL RAY (2012)
18. A Beautiful Mine (Theme from ‘Mad Men’) – RJD2 (2009)
19. Introduction: Scanning the Dials 1933-1963 (from ‘Swingin’ Soft Drink Spots of the 60s, Vol. 1’)
20. The Ten Commandments of Madison Avenue – LOUIS NYE (1960)
21. Johnny Spots, Private Ear / This Brand Is Your Brand – BEN CHANDLER / THE HELLERS (THE HELLER CORPORATION) (c.1966)
22. Know the Real Joy of Good Living (Vocal Commercial) / Know the Real Joy of Good Living (Chorus) – NELSON RIDDLE & HIS ORCHESTRA (1959)
23. A Beautiful Mine (String-Appella) – MADDER MEN featuring DJSWINDEAL (2008)
24. Madison Avenue Uber Alles – LOUIS NYE (1960)
25. ORSON WELLES records a frozen peas commercial
26. CHARLES H. STERN AGENCY, INC.: ‘One Stop Musical Service’ featuring:
b) MEL HENKE (Chevrolet; Dodge; Ajax ‘Stronger Than Dirt’)
c) PERRY BOTKIN JR. (Greenfield Lawn Food – THE LIMELITERS; Italian Swiss Colony – GLENN YARBOROUGH; Del Monte Tomato Sauce; Alka-Seltzer ‘No Matter What Shape’ – THE T-BONES (c.1966-’67)
27. COL. SANDERS records a Kentucky Fried Chicken commercial
28. A Beautiful Mine – MADDER MEN featuring DJ SWINDEAL (2008)
29. The Commercials of RAYMOND SCOTT:
Auto-Lite ‘Stay-Full Battery’ (c.1961)
Sprite Melonball Bounce (1963)
IBM Magnetic Tape Selectric Typewriter ‘The Paperwork Explosion’ (1967)
Bufferin ‘Memories’ w/JIM HENSON, narrator (1967)
K2r (c.1963-’64)
Hostess Twinkies (c.1963)
Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. (c.1960-’62)
Ohio Bell Thermo Fax (c.1961-’62)
Bendix ‘The Tomorrow People’ (1963)
Auto-Lite ‘Ford Family’ (1961)
Auto-Lite Sta-Ful w/RAYMOND SCOTT (c.1961)
Good Air (1953)
Lady Gaylord (1964)
30. More commercials by THE HELLER CORPORATION featuring Johnny Spots (BEN CHANDLER) and THE HELLERS (c.1966):
Dial Soap
‘Poor Little Hucksters’
Cole of California
The Houston Chronicle
‘Sears Has Everything’
Folger’s Coffee
‘Eve of Advertising Destruction’
31. The Levis Commercials – JEFFERSON AIRPLANE (1968)
32. Ban Deodorant ‘Ban Won’t Wear Off’ – IRON BUTTERFLY (1967)
33. Levis – SOPWITH CAMEL (c.1967)
34. Falstaff Beer – CREAM (1967)
35. Rice Krispies – THE ROLLING STONES (1964)
36. Kellogg’s – THE MONKEES (c.1967)
37. Alcoa Aluminum – THE FIRST EDITION (1968)
38. H.I.S. Clothes – NEIL DIAMOND (c.1968)
39. ‘Pepsi Pours It On’ – THE STONE PONEYS (c.1967)
40. Truth In Advertising – NEGATIVLAND (1997)
41. The Conspicuous Consumption Cantata – LOUIS NYE (1960)
42. Mattel Swingy Doll – PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS (1969)
43. A Beautiful Mine (Mad House Mix) – MADDER MEN feat. DJ SWINDEAL (2008)
44. Wet and Wild / Mustang Georgie – THE VANDALS (1967)
45. You Meet the Nicest People On A Honda Bike – THE HONDELLS (1965)
46. Corvair Baby (1965) / Judge GTO Breakaway (1969) – PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS
47. Things Go Better With Coca-Cola – THE LEFT BANKE (c.1967)
48. 7UP the Un-Cola – THE CYRKLE (1968)
49. A Beautiful Mine – DAVID CARBONARA (2008)
50. Zou Bisou Bisou – JESSICA PARE (as MEGAN DRAPER) (2012)